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safe. we're talking about wind chills in the teens. and onear's eve it can feel like it's below zero. and meteorologist mike here and mike this weather is >> miserables definitely and way to describe and never hite ark and i don thing close to 30 late next week and west where we are frozenis hour. 18 doylestown 19 mrimy meeting and tom's river observaion showing 7 right now. i think the snow cover is impacting that site. bu get the gist oft we're veryd at 10 and the winds are adding insultre they' coming in northwest 10 to 15 making itve zero to nine above in center city. north and west is of concern. sunday and monday because the wind chill values will feel as cold as 10 to 20 below zero. look at the actual air temperatures tonight one above to 16 here in philadelphia.
ifou're going to firework or to a bar it's freezing and we are about an interesting storm that may bring snow next week. lots of weather to talk about in a little bit, joyce. >> thank you, mike and one person is in critical condition after 15 car pileup on the schuylkill express we this mor police say it happened 8 a.m.ar gladwyne. right around the time that itg. and in addition to that one person condition veral more people were hurt. and the expressway had to be shut down in bothons hours. and but it was back open and it is flowing out there tonight. and investigators are still looking into what caused that crash. >> and i a holiday classic righe in philadelphia. it is not letting the stop the parade. annual mummer's strut will march on. and theear's day celebrationcancelled in light of th f temperatures. but thg sure there is some relief. a i city hall wheff. sabine>> joycecheck it out blup, right here in fronts of citll. the cones are all the way
around the building and okay so this stretchght no'reutti o b are ready to go the fanc brigade are ready for the the wig show. >> philadelphia new year's. >> jack is on 0th year as a mummer and hy breaktime in the armhe's h now andved that the parade will as plannemeld weather >> it would not be the trad iing you go when it's cold january 1, it's wiptser timeshould be cold.>> uncertain last week a last-mute mummer'steaken saturday afternsoffiale cold w nlr strut. and the show willo ob asafe's top ern.re tp warm stions and tros for performers a mappingut spots like th kimmel cendge in gain some relief from the temperatures. >> and i'mually going to layer up twice with under armour and i have two layers of under armour to put under my >> jackaw a s for a delayed parade as member of the fancies he would perform ins conven ither o ty lf the placeth citysp twa he h dilworth plaza.
maybe you can go in and have a warm drink while watchhe paradebecause remember those temperatures no joke. they want people to come out and have a good time but safback to you. >> all right. thank you sabina. come on inside now. and that's not the only warming center the one sabina was talking about in our area the city also put one up at kensington fairhill the the neighborhood there the rec center located at 260 0 aramingo avenue will be available for people in need of shelter tonight through january. the center will provide hot drinks, blankets and toilet drinks, blankets and toiletryes for those people who need them through january 2. and some of us may have been caught off guard by all the snow in morning and not pennsylvania department of transportation. penndot deployed trucks on friday and put down bribe and salt o the roa of snow usi command centermakee road and what to do. penndot spoingz spokesman bob kent says the agency had nor than 300 trucks out the toeping the roads safe.
>> motorists need to take their time to reduce their speeds and that's the biggest thing to reduce their speeds and just slow down. and just use extra care and caution when out on th roadways. that's our message.ent sagest driving tipme f those ruck they'r working the r. slicknd sli tadacross the region dangero for mostivers. our jennie joyce is out there ine county >> reporter:startefattinin halfore sun coa andkits caugh drivers of gua.>> i rpery.>> >>y and like i said withith all-wheel dve>>topphean body shop nearby cause now casting a busy day. wget a lot of you knoof s a l a lot ofw don't get anything because everybody stays home. >> y late was enoughw to put the plow trucks to work. the private companies cleared parking lotsike this narberth. at least snow was light weight and reezier on back of solvers like this father daughter team. it's a ritual let's m share it he likes to do i
self i wore highter>> g flu.le need ots oned t to like th in have.whatever the snow >>din for.>> be safe out. therety delawjennaphr joyceox 29 news. >> and with all this extremely cold weather outta there, you're probably staying inside tonight. we h are and you're watching us foxe t reports out of chicagon the deepe there and when iex re tha fiv ft ow dumped on erie pennsylvans burried in s bad oldchhovels the slow got stuck take a look from satellites most ofe superior and erie and heron iced over it's the wind over lake erie that picked up moisture and dumped from ohio to new york. >> crew have been out 24/7 it's hard to keep up with this snow. >> from boston to st. louis weather in effect due to the frigidaire record low wi a temperature of 37 below wiraturehittinsota brock recoldstood since 194.chicago, city officials sit up warming shelters homeless who are plnerable to hypothermia and frt bite. >> we have average teams that go engage them and pick them
up and transport them. >> doctors that treat frost bite say the other at risk population are those that don't take the cold we seriously and failed wear coldear be can snet, under 30 minutes. quickly the pain goes away and they feel anything and frost bite is so bad the sensation goes away and at that point in time you't know you're being frost bitten until too late. >> cold weather turned beautiful in min mip as many haha falls froze and people climbed behinhem to get a one of a kind look and park rangeser warn of e dangers of sli and falling ice. it's a t climb behind the balls.en bay the bridge on main street got stuck partiallyp. toures set out of the cold to gets it borking so tugs and couldd frozen span ondge stopped boat traffic. re's more cold air coming down from the northigid tres ew year and in fa will be two weeks weeks until we make winter to plainer.mikeobin fox news. >> security in and around time square this new year's be the tightest in the city history.
new york cityice promisin this include more ofe explosive dogs more snipers on rooftops. and authority and authorities willve detectivonedl alove. thereuch the pub limb will see and see and will beng h awe have heavy weapo teams too. >> extra dogs come after a fa suicideomb attack in the tunnel near the port author.s tminal earlier this month. and police are investigating a double homicide in collingswood, new jersey this evening.and authorities they ha a person in custodyho stabbed three people inhome100lock of eastnarberth ter it ras it:00 this evgtwo vicks tiwere and a third transported to thehospital wultiple stab wounthe face andk.and t reports thes result of dom itestic dispute and we will keep updating you as that information becomes available. and in north philadelphia, firefighters battled flames and the extreme cold early this morning. and putting out a house fire. it started on the 70 block of rising sun avenue shortl after around 2 a.m. both residents man to get
out of the burning building and one of them w taken to the hospi heavy smoke inhalation. and the emergency crew he's take freak wentz breaks because of all that cold weather. and after a week-long investigation chester police arrested a man for rain ie he'll mall eeing tilghman attaedaped a walking through desean park at 9 and edgemont on christmas ever. choseer chester hospital has told -- said they called police when the woman told them that somebody had dringd her into t woods by the hair and rap her.vestigators later tilghmt.s d heg held million>> arport.gives teena boymassag anote. an he wriretty disturbing a oifeas reso t lo weittsarting a diet for the the new
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low and consumer con wace and the stock market had a goo people still have financial issues playing them and they should attack th head on in 18. >> a study shows quarter of americans include fin planning in their new year's resolutions. and consumer eert viera gib and co expert viera giboaid paying off credit card debt should a priority. >> if you have a credit ca $16,000 and revolving that month to month with a card of under 15% you're paying about $900 in every year. this interest interestbe much more expensive in 2018. >> after all the holiday spending and self gifting gibones said it's time t reverse course andon save saving.if you lookage savings rate personal savings rate it's just under 3% rights now and financial planners will tell you you should be trying to save 10 to 15% of income, 3% personal savings rate is not good at all. >> don't let your emergency funds slip down the list of financialorities. it should be treated differently from your savings. >> if you perhaps got a bonus in the new year and wondering
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today testing things out before the big night. the bowl covered with more than 32,000 led lights seemed to work just fine in practice run. during which the ball was cents up the pole up stayed of down. you have to wait for that. the founder of me too movement will have the honor tomorrow night in pushing the button to send the 11,000 pound ball down. and if you have a couple of little ones at home, netflix is helping parents get the kids to bed early on new year's eve. they wants to stay up too. streaming service is offering new year's eve countdowns that you can watch every hour no matter what time zone you're in. and each countdown features character from nine different kids shows. and celebrating the l ten seconds of the old year parents can locate shows searching the new year's counts down. and in your health tonight one researcher is looking to make ice cream without saturated fat. unsaturated fat, well, they
can raise cholesterol increasing risk of heart disease. but, a researcher at the university of copenhagen wants to prevent you from risking your health when eating the cold treat. they hope to make ice cream with a liquid oil and reduce health risks. the healthier option could also be higher in protein. but what will it taste like. well, losing weight is a popular new year's resolution. sticking to the plan can be stuff. experts say hat the smartest thing to do would be to steer clear of fad diets. instead, try what they call a non diet, diet. switch to whole grain foods increase finer intake ape swap out soda with water and tea. simple khaichs that can lead to healthier happier you in the long term. deadly hurricanes devastating wildfires 2017 hit by some wild weather and dangerous cold is taking us
into the new year. a baby born weighing under a pound and 14 weeks early. doctors call her a medical miracle. now fourr she's finally goingome. >> and hope you got your powerball tickets ready because tonight is the big drawing and the jackpot now at 384 million dollars. an as for mega millions well, nobody took home the jackpot last night. so it will be rolling over. $343 million that next drawing is on tuesday. get your tickets.
>> reporter: from deadly hurricanes to devastatin wildfires, 2017 was marked by a host of extreme weather events. >> january started off deadly in parts of southeast. more than 0 confirmed tornadoes across georgia and second largest tornado outbreak ever in the state claiming lives of 0 people and causing 1.3 mill billion in damage. >> in february. northern california receiving its wettest wiptser weather on record.flooding rainfall and feet of snow tering flooding le je sta's large or jeopardizing state's large orville dam as nodding in san jose forced 14,000 residents evacuate and march was snowy in northeast late sea dumping 3t of ss and march saw sgrukttive tornadoes in par of u.s.. one outbreak in the mid wes killing two people asfwiingters hit missour a illiis straight line winds following that system also affecting new york and michigan. damage from that wind event costing 2.1 billion dollars in april, more tornadoes this time in the naetion's capitol.
a rare ef 0 er touching downr d.c. tidal several city blossoming cherry trees uprooted andonth of may delivering baseball size hail to denver damaging property in what is the most expensive hail storm in colorado history. 2.2 billion in damages. may, also seeing his torque bloodints of missouri and illinois. 20 people were killed in june,ates affected by severe hai and from wyomingo new york. minnesota was special hi hardt with damaged to building cars and this an activeseason. 17 stormding 6 thrr harvey late inundati texas and lucnd with wate. killing more than 90 people and costing nearly billion doll in damage. just days later in early september hurricane irma regard ashore.tastrophic storm responsible for more than hs. not stop ther. september wen thest active m on record for atlantic hurricanes. towards the end of month another deadly storm.
hurricane maria devastating purts ricoh. desting homes and knocking out power across the entire island. beyond h the fall was warmest ever in parts of england and in florida, california, and. this september tmber marking warmest period. on record in more than a cities including ribou maine, miami florida and s, call cam. by october deadlres were making headlines in norther california kthan40 pthe blaze consuming more5 square g at least 5700 homes and businesses. anotseries of devastating wildfires breaking out in the los angeles area in mid december. fueled by dry, gusty santa ana winds. >> as for wint area head government scientists predicting many americans could get balmy winter with mild temperatures expect add cross the south and northeast. there's a chance of chillier than normal weather from the pacific northwest to northern wyoming and north dakota. high snow totals predicted
across northern plains rockyes to g. in new i'm fox nsor meteost janice fire in ba battli a massivee that broke out 12 story t building in manchest and s ts mornin battle bamespread to multipleloorauthority authorities say one person wastaken to the thel for smoke inhalation. and manchester fire department posted on their twitter pageat firefighters will still on the scene overnig and they'l nes now that's down e peak of theire. >> and aaby born a fighterng hjorilestone afterer monthsfen thel. nally goinge with hefamily fox's andrew shean it hal tells us about this miracle. >> i tell my husband everything that happens we have to stay posit have to be a can't lose our faith.hees it look easy. >> this is lala resteledo. >> this was most terrifying ordeal sheface. baby girl born 14 we early an 13 ounces. and was not the only chnge. >>y under grown e to a lot of complications that mom was having with her pregnancy. >>hen i have facations likem aleed
that i cannot turn this baby around depending on how the conditions are at the time of the delivery. >> these pictures tell the story. little lalee able to fit in palm of hand. >> my wife's wedding on her entire hand. she was so small i hoped bui really did not know if she was dog to make it through the first day. >> but she did. been through a lot. but she's still here. she's a fighter. >> with help of doctors nurses, therapist and of course her family, a day turned into a week and week into a month and now the friday before year's the whole family is finally headed home. >> this is going to be the best new year that we will have. it's going to be great. and unique. because it's going to be her first new year. >> aww baptist children's hospital says little lalee is one of the tiniest painyes to beat those odds. a builder says he's out of thousands of dollars after thieves target a home he's building not once, but twice.
they were called to a h where a squirrel broken in and started eating cookies from the kitchen ebb. you can see it bouncing the scaball. mu be all the sugar the squirrel was heating squirrel was heat eating and police captured the squirrel and released it without injury and released it without injury. no charges were filed there. >> and a construction project falls behind because ofs twic they've hit the sameanta home and builder is furiou the burglars caught on camera the first time you can setwo men pickingthe air conditioning unit worth about 2,000 not even two weeks later 2,000 not even two weeks later. customabinets stolen you see a man loading to i atruch they're the same man but theyieve it's ame truck used in both truck usedies. neighbors say the think anything of it. >>ht maybe workers were taking some stuff and it was early morning like 5 to 6:00 normally here workers come 6 7:00 they're gone by that time. >> builder says insurance
will cover the loss but the project was supposed to be finished by the new year. now it's goingke another month. and a tampa nurse and brother who is soldier in the army are credited with saving two people after a crash. and danielle sanon and her brother were drive opingt highway tordens when they saw a car crashed into a utility pole right in front of them. the two of them jumped into action helping two people inside the car until paramedics arrived. we just do this because this is what we do. we love helping people an we don't doe it for fame or anything else. we do it because it makes us feel good to help our fellow citizens and neighbors. >> very nice. well the victims are expected to recover. >> and there's a reason you won't be hearing any shushing at this valet. how one holiday favorite is on point with the times now meteorologist mike masco here to talk about the start of the new year in a cold way.
>> you seat nut cracker is a holiday tradition by many family families for some children that have issues processing sight and sounds it's too much sight and sounds it's too much. pennsylvania ballet tried something a sensory friendly performance. and our hank flynn got a chance to check it out. >> all we do is keep the lights a littled we leave doors open and people get up and move around throughout the theater a space and they react to the show in a way that's comfortable to them. >> it's chimes be quiet the show is going to start i'm hank at the pennsylvania ballet it's a nut cracker presentation for a sensory friendly audience. my take is they ought out do this a lot more. it's a good idea. >> say you love goose to the theater ballet and library it's hard maybe because kid sudden autistic or has tourettes and other people don't understand pa valley gets it they doe glorious nut tracking todayor a sensory
sensitiveudiencrent we rejoice were rejoicing. >>t part of about the shows you don'tr people looking at you saying keep your kid quiet. it's acceptable for peo walk arounds and seasoning a song and say they express their needs and whatever is happening. >> we like to have. >> of course. >> this is mother son time so we get to go places together. >> the idea hange a performance. it's creating a welcoming environment for an audience to process information in its own way. some of whom have out orsitting still and roger of temple says families sometimes have to split up to go out. not here. >> they have a split family one family member stays home with individua disabity and other family members go out and experience the community where having opportunities like this whether ballet or theater or library, they can come in and enjoy the experiences together as a whole family and enjoy each other's company and enjoy each other's abilities and strengthths and that's what
families are saying they valueexperiences. >> john art reach ep was partnered wh ballet and works to brits of experiences to under served groups says key is to be thoughtf in prestation. >> yeah we tryin to do is trying toying showiladelphia if you design experiences in a though way then everybody regardless of how they have the arts can take part in the experience. >> bottom line theateret cat stiff and always have been. doors close and absolutequired. matt nay had a loose feel. no was shushed or scr not si fill still ihis when was a kid. and now for your fox 29 weatherty taking a live look over reading pa in berks county tonight. you can see snow still ome of the medians there. and underneath it probably ice and underneath it probabe. meeor here with how cold new eve will get. >> reing may go down to act. this this is nuts
's cra col.locked innd it's probably not going t freezing mark until late next week and w together's 22 and wi have bee coming prettybreezye westerly direction and we have feels temperature coming in at 9 degrees poconos and 20 wrights dowd 21 atlantic city and teens as you get into andwill continue really add insu injury it ke in poconos and center city. clear skies overhead rights now allows us to get well down to tee single digits for tonight. there's no weather to be found out west. it's wind chill alerts blanketing over 20 states across the nation polar we turn ourtention lookduci 15 to 24 below temperatures at this hour. it fikeight now 7 degrees below zero i minneapolind when you in th this is dangerous chat is coming down and we'll set up shop for the nex days. feels like temperaturesrrow morning as lo as 20 below tobove in philadelphia day ow with winds yes, it will be sunny and win be outre and feel like it'setween 12 below to above in philadelphia and next week there will be buzz abo storm that
. i want tohisradar will alking thisin in future. wednesday to thursday there will be a system offshore. the question is are having a l oble trying toigur it goes. doe see a storm t closer to the coa. now s the sittion or scenario that plays out it could be talking about snow storms as early ay to thursday and modeling is focused offshore if that will belittle to no snow. you need tow by next week we have to entertain the of a bigrm off coast and does it bring snow or does just bring clouds. that's up to be determined in the future. 16 degrees for overnight biand it wl feel 10 below to zero. tomorrow 23 deg dangerous cold conditions and els lierat 15 belownd out towar lehigh valley to zero here in philadelphia. so 2 tw.in, look at the new orecast, 8. e forecastirees sunday night. yikes monday, c overnight low 14. the storm wednesday nigh to thursday ad shawn and everybody watching, here we go again. another this will be the fourth arctic outbreak by late
next week 20 degrees that day and 10 at night. and what f that shawn. >> it's ang we'll be outside today anhe next day as well. unbelievable. temperatu just looking at them. >> eagles made headlines promoting the roo quarterback but how much sydney jones be able to help i'll give my answer and penn state put on a show and say quan barkley led the way. we check out why parkly could be the overall h was a clubhouse, but we call it "the wish house." people visit national parks from all over the world. food tastes better when you don't have to cook it. he was just supposed to be my dog. i don't know why. thalf s, sharee event will have donated over one hundred fifteen million in just ten s. gecing for 63 months
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